Rowe, Swisko lead Calvert Hall to private school championship

Cardinals defeat Spalding, St. Albans

Cross Country

Varsity

November 12, 2006|By Jeff Seidel | Jeff Seidel,Sun Reporter

No. 2 Calvert Hall captured the boys championship yesterday in the Maryland/D.C. Private Schools State meet at Glenelg Country School.

The Cardinals' top two runners were Tony Rowe (fourth) and Chris Swisko (15th), and they finished with 90 points, beating out Archbishop Spalding (100) and St. Albans (115).

Calvert Hall finished second in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship two weeks ago, falling to top-ranked Loyola by one point. The Dons didn't enter this race.

Nick Bax of St. Albans won the individual crown in 16 minutes, 14.02 seconds, beating Rob Wetzel of Spalding (16:24.74). Erik Anderson from Archbishop Curley finished third.

Girls

Good Counsel won the girls team title, finishing with 53 points to easily beat out National Cathedral (83).

No. 3 John Carroll finished third overall with 97 points, followed by Notre Dame Prep (123) and Sidwell Friends (138).

Erika Stasakova and Nicole Clarke led the way for John Carroll, finishing second and third overall.

Moira Ryan of Visitation won the race in 20:06.94, beating out Stasakova (20:12:37) and Clarke (20:14.30).

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